PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) -- More than $15 million from the city of Portland's general fund, grants and tax increment financing will be dispersed to 20 homeless groups.
Ordinance 721 designating this money is set for Wednesday's Portland City Council agenda.
In part, it reads:
"..Funding is included in the City's FY 2013-14 approved budget and will be available in PHB's FY 2013-14 adopted budget in the amount of $15,768,128 through the General Fund (GF), Tax Increment Financing (TIF), Housing Investment Fund (HIF), Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), and federal Healthy Homes Production Grant funds..."
The money is slated to be divided between 20 groups to help the homeless:
-- 211 info ($208,300)
-- Cascade AIDS Project ($773,369)
-- Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare ($919,742)
-- Central City Concern ($939,663)
-- Clark County Public Health (139,587)
-- Home Forward ($1,587,997)
-- Housing Development Center ($190,000)
-- Human Solutions, Inc. ($380,000)
-- JOIN $1,223,000)
-- Multnomah County ($1,093, 670)
-- Northwest Pilot Project ($416,100)
-- Portland Development Commission ($2,241,591)
-- Salvation Army ($737,000)
-- Transition Projects ($3,181,109)
-- NAYA (MIIAC) ($342,000)
-- Community Energy Project ($385,000)
-- Unlimited Choices, Inc. ($315,000)
-- Impact Northwest ($120,000)
-- PCRI ($200,000)
-- REACH CDC ($375,000)
KOIN 6 News will continue to follow this story.
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Kelsey McCune made his first court appearance Monday afternoon on charges he kidnapped and raped an Oregon City teenager, the daughter of one of his friends.
PGE crews are still working to repair a failed underground cable that caused a fire and power outage on Sunday, leaving a large portion of downtown Portland -- including City Hall -- in the dark.
District officials said the school would only close early if classrooms got too chilly.